Ferde Grofé

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Ferde Grofé (1892-1972) was a pioneering jazz arranger who successfully made the transition from popular music into the concert hall.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Grand Canyon Suite, for orchestra 1931 29:56 Orchestral
Mississippi: A Journey in Tones (Mississippi Suite), for orchestra 1926 13:24 Orchestral
Metropolis: a Fantasy in Blue, for orchestra 1928 16:57 Orchestral
Hudson River Suite, for orchestra 1955 18:26 Orchestral
Death Valley Suite, for orchestra 1949 17:03 Orchestral
Niagara Falls Suite, for orchestra 1961 22:03 Orchestral
Three Shades of Blue, for orchestra 1927 11:21 Orchestral
Hollywood Ballet (Hollywood Suite), ballet 1936 20:59 Ballet
Broadway at Night, a tone poem for orchestra 1924 06:58 Orchestral
Daybreak, song 1943 02:31 Vocal Music
Piano Concerto in D minor 1959 15:19 Concerto
Novelty Fox Trot Medley, for piano 04:08 Keyboard
Deep Nocturne, for orchestra 1947 08:18 Orchestral
Trylon and Persiphere, for orchestra (revised as "Black Gold") 1938 13:03 Orchestral
Wonderful One, song 1920 03:31 Vocal Music
Musical Comedy Favorites, medley for piano 03:41 Keyboard
Christine, for cello & piano 1967 06:00 Chamber Music
Mississippi Suite for piano 1925 13:49 Keyboard
March for Americans, for band 1945 03:46 Band Music
Gallodoro's Serenade, for saxophone & piano 1958 05:58 Chamber Music
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